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'My mother is a stranger' and other themes of reunification: West Indian parent-child reunification following separation due to immigration
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It is common practice for West Indian parents, typically the mother first, to migrate to the USA and leave the children behind in the care of relatives and friends. The intention is to have the children join them as soon as possible. Parents and children anticipate a joyful reunion, but the reality does not always fit the expectation. This phenomenological study explored the lived experience of post-immigration reunification from the perspective of the reunified adult children. In depth interviews were cond It is common practice for West Indian parents, typically the mother first, to migrate to the USA and leave the children behind in the care of relatives and friends. The intention is to have the children join them as soon as possible. Parents and children anticipate a joyful reunion, but the reality does not always fit the expectation. This phenomenological study explored the lived experience of post-immigration reunification from the perspective of the reunified adult children. In depth interviews were conducted with 8 New York City college students from 4 West Indian countries. Participants had been separated from their parents for 1 to 19 years. Common themes from the interviews revealed how these individuals experienced reunification, their methods of coping with the experience, and the factors that helped them transition into a new family and society. The participants also provided a wish list of parental behaviors that could have made their reunification experience better. This information is useful to separated and reunified children and parents, teachers, social service providers, and mental health professionals in the West Indies and the USA., [PU: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller, Saarbrücken]

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[ED: Taschenbuch / Paperback], [PU: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller], It is common practice for West Indian parents, typically the mother first, to migrate to the USA and leave the children behind in the care of relatives and friends. The intention is to have the children join them as soon as possible. Parents and children anticipate a joyful reunion, but the reality does not always fit the expectation. This phenomenological study explored the lived experience of post-immigration reunification from the perspective of the reunified adult children. In depth interviews were conducted with 8 New York City college students from 4 West Indian countries. Participants had been separated from their parents for 1 to 19 years. Common themes from the interviews revealed how these individuals experienced reunification, their methods of coping with the experience, and the factors that helped them transition into a new family and society. The participants also provided a wish list of parental behaviors that could have made their reunification experience better. This information is useful to separated and reunified children and parents, teachers, social service providers, and mental health professionals in the West Indies and the USA., [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 220 mm

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West Indian parent-child reunification following separation due to immigration It is common practice for West Indian parents, typically the mother first, to migrate to the USA and leave the children behind in the care of relatives and friends. The intention is to have the children join them as soon as possible. Parents and children anticipate a joyful reunion, but the reality does not always fit the expectation. This phenomenological study explored the lived experience of post-immigration reunification from the perspective of the reunified adult children. In depth interviews were conducted with 8 New York City college students from 4 West Indian countries. Participants had been separated from their parents for 1 to 19 years. Common themes from the interviews revealed how these individuals experienced reunification, their methods of coping with the experience, and the factors that helped them transition into a new family and society. The participants also provided a wish list of parental behaviors that could have made their reunification experience better. This information is useful to separated and reunified children and parents, teachers, social service providers, and mental health professionals in the West Indies and the USA. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-3-639-09194-6, VDM

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It is common practice for West Indian parents, typically the mother first, to migrate to the USA and leave the children behind in the care of relatives and friends. The intention is to have the children join them as soon as possible. Parents and children anticipate a joyful reunion, but the reality does not always fit the expectation. This phenomenological study explored the lived experience of post-immigration reunification from the perspective of the reunified adult children. In depth interviews were conducted with 8 New York City college students from 4 West Indian countries. Participants had been separated from their parents for 1 to 19 years. Common themes from the interviews revealed how these individuals experienced reunification, their methods of coping with the experience, and the factors that helped them transition into a new family and society. The participants also provided a wish list of parental behaviors that could have made their reunification experience better. This information is useful to separated and reunified children and parents, teachers, social service providers, and mental health professionals in the West Indies and the USA. West Indian parent-child reunification following separation due to immigration Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, VDM

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It is common practice for West Indian parents, typically the mother first, to migrate to the USA and leave the children behind in the care of relatives and friends. The intention is to have the children join them as soon as possible. Parents and children anticipate a joyful reunion, but the reality does not always fit the expectation. This phenomenological study explored the lived experience of post-immigration reunification from the perspective of the reunified adult children. In depth interviews were conducted with 8 New York City college students from 4 West Indian countries. Participants had been separated from their parents for 1 to 19 years. Common themes from the interviews revealed how these individuals experienced reunification, their methods of coping with the experience, and the factors that helped them transition into a new family and society. The participants also provided a wish list of parental behaviors that could have made their reunification experience better. This information is useful to separated and reunified children and parents, teachers, social service providers, and mental health professionals in the West Indies and the USA. Bücher / Sozialwissenschaften, Recht & Wirtschaft / Sozialwissenschaften allgemein, [PU: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller, Saarbrücken]

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'My mother is a stranger' and other themes of reunification
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It is common practice for West Indian parents, typically the mother first, to migrate to the USA and leave the children behind in the care of relatives and friends. The intention is to have the children join them as soon as possible. Parents and children anticipate a joyful reunion, but the reality does not always fit the expectation. This phenomenological study explored the lived experience of post-immigration reunification from the perspective of the reunified adult children. In depth interviews were conducted with 8 New York City college students from 4 West Indian countries. Participants had been separated from their parents for 1 to 19 years. Common themes from the interviews revealed how these individuals experienced reunification, their methods of coping with the experience, and the factors that helped them transition into a new family and society. The participants also provided a wish list of parental behaviors that could have made their reunification experience better. This information is useful to separated and reunified children and parents, teachers, social service providers, and mental health professionals in the West Indies and the USA.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783639091946
ISBN (ISBN-10): 3639091949
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Date de parution: 2009
Editeur: VDM Verlag
120 Pages
Poids: 0,195 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9783639091946

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